Darrell Hall Obituary Moweaqua, Illinois (1956 – 2024) – Death Notice

Death: Darrell Hall Obituary – Darrell D. Hall, age 68, passed away on March 27, 2024 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Decatur, Illinois. He was a resident of Moweaqua. Seitz Funeral Home in Moweaqua, Illinois will be the location of the funeral ceremonies that will be place on Thursday, April 4, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. Visiting hours will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday, April 3, 2024, from three o’clock to seven o’clock in the evening. Moweaqua’s Adams-Gorden Cemetery will be the location of the interment. Donations in memory of the deceased may be donated to the Central A&M FFA, the Central A&M Gym Fund, or the All American Junior Sheep Show.

The son of Richard E. and Betty (Drake) Hall, Darrell was born on February 21, 1956 in Sycamore, Illinois. His mother’s maiden name was Drake. In Moweaqua, Illinois, on March 14, 1981, he tied the knot with Melanie Gorden. In addition to being a grain farmer, Darrell was a world-class sheep breeder, the winner of thirty national championships and three supreme championships across all breeds. His past experience includes serving on the boards of directors of both the American Oxford Sheep Association and the Illinois Oxford Sheep Association.

It brought him great joy to travel across the country exhibiting his sheep and to meet with other breeders. Mentoring young people in the production, rearing, fitting, and showing of sheep was something that Darrell took great pleasure in doing. He was a successful member of the Future Farmers of America (FFA), having won the State and National Runner-Up Sheep Production Award, as well as receiving his American FFA Degree. He also participated in a number of tournaments.

He had a deep and abiding passion for all sports, but his favorite was basketball, which he played, watched, and coached.
Those who are left behind include his wife, Melanie; his daughter, LeAnn Hall, who resides in Brookings, South Dakota; his brothers, Dennis (or Donna) Hall of Kingston, Illinois, and Darwin (or Melody) Hall of Steward, Illinois; and his sisters, Diane (or Tony) White of Sheridan, Illinois, and Doreen (or Mark) Akers of Neillsville, Wisconsin.Care and plans for the funeral ceremony have been assigned to Seitz Funeral Home, which is located in Moweaqua.

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